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1 EPrints Training: Repository Configuration Exercises Exercise 1 :Branding with Confidence 1 Exercise 2 :Modifying Phrases 5 Exercise 3 :Configuring the Deposit Workflow 7 Exercise 4 :Controlled Vocabularies 10 Exercise 5 :Managing Authority Lists 12 Exercise 6 :Managing Deposit Types 14 Exercise 7 :Managing Metadata 18 Exercise 8 :How to Make New Views 21 Exercise 9 :Creating a Search Page 24 Exercise 1 : Branding with Confidence Modifying the default "look and feel" of your EPrints repository is usually the first priority after installing the software. Some institutions simply add their logo and colour scheme, whereas others make far more radical changes. In this exercise, you will modify the look of the repository. 1.1 Adding your logo The simplest way to brand the repository is to swap the default EPrints logo for your own. This technique is useful, for example, to quickly brand a demonstration or pilot repository so that your target audience can identify with it. The simplest way to do this is with the static page editor. First log in using an administrator account and then click on 'Home' to view the home static page. A context sensitive menu tool named 'Edit page' will appear in the toolbar. Click on it, and you will see the edit screen for the front page of the repository. Click on the 'Browse...' button next to the 'sitelogo.gif' image to replace it with one of your choosing from your hard disk. Once uploaded, you may need to refresh the page in your browser to see the change in logo.

2 1.2 Use an Online Image Alternatively, you can edit the configuration file directly to change the site logo. Open the branding configuration file (use the 'View Configuration' tool in the 'Config. Tools' tab of the 'Admin' screen): cfg.d/branding.pl Find the site_logo configuration setting: $c->{site_logo} = "/images/sitelogo.gif"; Change to a logo of your choice. For example: $c->{site_logo} = "http://www.eprints.org/pics/ep-logo.jpg"; Save your changes to the branding configuration file. 1.3 Reload the configuration EPrints can often automatically detect changes to its configuration, but sometimes you need to specifically tell it to reload the configuration by clicking on the 'Reload Configuration' button in the 'System Tools' tab on the admin page. 1.4 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser. Check your new logo is displayed. 1.5 Changing the stylesheet EPrints has several default stylesheet files, each of which contains style rules for a specific aspect of the repository. These stylesheets are applied to every repository page, in alphabetical order. Have a quick look at the default stylesheet in: 2/25

3 Find the rule that tells EPrints how to display level 1 headings (h1): h1 { } margin: 0px 0px 10px 0px; font: bold 130% Arial,Sans-serif; text-align: center; color: #606060; 1.6 Override default styles You are going to change how these headings are displayed in the repository pages. Using the 'View Configuration' tool, open: static/style/auto/zzz_local.css This file will be empty - add the following lines, choosing a colour that suits your institution's colour scheme (valid colours include Blue, Red, Tan and Lavender): h1 { } color: Crimson; Save your changes. 1.7 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Check your new colour scheme is displayed (note that the level 1 heading appears below the menu bar) 1.8 Change the Web Site template Every page in the repository is displayed using a single template. A custom layout (e.g. headers, footers and menus that match your existing institutional Web pages) can be applied to the repository pages by editing this template directly. Open the template file for the repository: lang/en/templates/default.xml 3/25

4 Find the line: <div class="ep_tm_header ep_noprint"> After that line, add some links to some key pages on your institutional Website immediately after this line. Here's an example for Southampton: <div style="background-color: Crimson"> <strong>university Links:</strong> <a href="http://www.soton.ac.uk/">home Page</a> <a href="http://www.soton.ac.uk/library/">library Home Page</a> <a href="http://www.soton.ac.uk/sitemap.html">site Map</a> </div> Save your changes to the template file. 1.9 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Check your links are displayed 1.10 Notes Note the special EPrints directives in the template file - for example, <epc:pin ref="page"> and {$config{frontpage}} - learn more about these, and other branding techniques, on the EPrints Wiki: epadmin reload is a quick way of reloading the EPrints configuration when you've made changes, and is useful when tweaking configuration files. However, for performance reasons we recommend that you always restart the Web server after tweaking a live archive. 4/25

5 Exercise 2 : Modifying Phrases Almost all text shown in EPrints comes from a set of phrases. Exceptions are text on static pages, in the templates and the contents of metadata fields. EPrints has a powerful editor to modify all of the phrases used in the repository. 2.1 Open the Tool Click on the 'Phrase Editor' button on the admin screen. The tool will display a long list of all phrases. Your browser's quicksearch will be invaluable for navigating this list. Hold down <control> and press 'f', then type in the content of the phrase. Note that each phrase has an id, shown on the left, and the text of the phrase, shown on the right. Phrases can even contain other phrases. Quicksearch for 'epc:phrase' to see an example. 2.2 Change the Name of the Archive Training Repository is a poor name for an institutional repository, so the first thing we have to do is change it to something far more auspicious. Find the phrase containing the name of the repository (hint: quicksearch for 'Training Repository'). Click on the text of the phrase. It will turn into a text entry box. Enter a name of your choice. Click on save. Verify the name has changed at the top of the page. If it hasn't, click on the browsers reload button. 2.3 Change the name of the 'divisions' metadata field The divisions metadata field contains the subject tree that represents an institution's departmental structure. This may be better named to departments, research groups, faculties, or something else appropriate to your corporate structure. Find and change the phrase. Deposit a new publication and check that the field's name has changed. 5/25

6 2.4 Notes A new version of the tool has been added to EPrints 3.2, which allows you to 'Edit page phrases'. It loads the tool, but only contains the phrases that are used in the plugin currently being viewed. Phrases are stored in the phrase xml files located in: lang/en/phrases All phrases added with the phrase editor are stored in: lang/en/phrases/zz_webcfg.xml 6/25

7 Exercise 3 : Configuring the Deposit Workflow When depositing documents in EPrints, users work through a number of stages: choose deposit type, upload files, describe the deposit (metadata entry) and assign subject headings. The deposit workflow can be tailored to an institution or even specific groups of individuals within an institution (units, schools, departments, research groups). In this exercise you will learn how the deposit workflow is defined in EPrints, and modify the workflow for the repository. 3.1 Change the workflow order Open the deposit workflow configuration file using the 'View Configuration' tool: /workflows/eprint/default.xml Find the lines: <flow> <stage ref="type"/> <stage ref="files"/> <stage ref="core"/> <stage ref="subjects"/> </flow> This part of the workflow defines the stages of the workflow and the order they will appear in. Move the files stage to the end of the workflow and save your changes. 3.2 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Select New Item on the Manage Deposits page. Check that the Upload stage is the last stage in the workflow before the final Deposit stage 3.3 Add a new stage to the workflow Open default.xml file as described above. In the file, add a new stage to the <flow> part of the workflow configuration file (you can decide whereabouts in the workflow it should appear): <stage ref="divisions" /> 7/25

8 Just after the <flow>...</flow> section, add the following lines: <stage name="divisions"> <component type="field::subject"> <field ref="divisions" required="yes" /> </component> </stage> Save the file and exit. 3.4 Add name for new stage Now you need to add a name for the new stage this is what EPrints will display in the deposit workflow. The simplest way to do that is to click on 'Edit page phrases' while viewing the deposit workflow. 3.5 Check it worked Go back to the Manage Deposits screen Select New Item Check that the deposit workflow now contains your new Divisions stage Compare the way in which you assign divisions at the Divisions stage (Subject Browser input) with that in the Details stage (select from a list) 3.6 Add a workflow conditional There are several <epc:if> elements in the workflow configuration file which are used to change the workflow depending on the type of the deposit. For example, find the lines: <epc:if test="type = 'book'"> <field ref="date"/>... </epc:if> This section defines the metadata fields that are shown in the workflow for book deposits. 8/25

9 It is also possible to change the workflow depending on the user who is making the deposit. Go back to the <flow> section and within that section change the subject stage so that it is not shown if the depositor is a member of the Maths department: <epc:if test="userid.as_item(){dept}!= 'Maths'"> <stage ref="subjects"/> </epc:if> 3.7 Check it worked Go to the Profile screen Select Modify Profile In the Department field, enter Maths and save the change Go back to the Manage Deposits screen Select New Item Check that the Subjects stage is now hidden from the deposit workflow Reset the Department field in your user profile 3.8 Notes The user profile screen is also based on a workflow - investigate: workflows/user/default.xml Learn more about the workflow format on the EPrints Wiki: 9/25

10 Exercise 4 : Controlled Vocabularies EPrints comes configured with an exemplar faculties/schools divisions hierarchy and a subject hierarchy based on Library of Congress. The divisions hierarchy is usually replaced with one that better reflects the institution's organisational structure. Institutions also often modify the subject hierarchy (for example, by adding more detail to the areas that the institution specialises in) or even change it for a completely different classification scheme. In this exercise you will learn how these hierarchies are structured in EPrints, and modify them in your repository. 4.1 Examine the hierarchies Click on the 'Edit Subjects' button in the 'Config. Tools' tab of the admin screen, then click on the 'University Structure' link. Find the following on the screen: Subject ID: divisions Each item in the tree has a unique ID. Subject Name: University Structure The name of the entry in the language indicated. Depositable: No Indicates whether or not depositors can assign an entry to their deposit. The default subject tree prevents depositors assigning a top-level heading such as Science (Q) to their deposit: such headings are far too general to be useful to other users! Location in Hierarchy - This shows how deep we are in the repository, and all the items that come directly above this one. Children - This table shows which items appear below this one in the hierarchy You can even add more children by either entering an existing ID or a new ID. Click on the 'Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics', and note that the children now have delete buttons next to them. Because they have no children, they can be removed. 4.2 Empty the divisions hierarchy Delete all the children of the Faculty of Engineering, then click on the 'University Structure' link in the 'Location(s) in Hierarchy' box. You should now be able to delete the Faculty of Engineering. Repeat for the other two Faculties. 4.3 Create your own divisions hierarchy Now that you have gotten rid of the 'placeholder' hierarchy, you can add one representing the structure of your institution. Be sure to choose unique IDs for each node in your hierarchy. 10/25

11 4.4 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Select New Item from the Manage Deposits screen At the Details or the Divisions stage, check that your new divisions hierarchy appears correctly 4.5 Notes Although you can also edit the hierarchies through the Web interface, we recommend setting up your initial hierarchies by editing the subjects file and running import_subjects and making ongoing changes via the web interface. For more information, see 11/25

12 Exercise 5 : Managing Authority Lists EPrints can help ensure the quality of the metadata in your repository by enabling depositors to enter metadata against an authority list. EPrints can use existing records in the repository as the "authority", or you can provide an authority list in a file. In this exercise you will learn how to create an alternative authority list for journal title autocompletion. 5.1 Create a simple authority file While you can edit configuration files through the web interface, there is not yet a way to create new files. For the purposes of this exercise, we've created a file for you Then open the file with the 'View Configuration' tool on the Admin page. autocomplete/journals.autocomplete This file will be blank when you open it. Add a few journal titles to this file, one per line. The Directory of Open Access Journals (http://www.doaj.org/) should help you find some journals in subject areas relevant to your institution. Your journal list should look something like this: Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Animal Biodiversity and Conservation Avian Conservation and Ecology Advances in Deforestation Save your file. 5.2 Add authority list to workflow The next step is to tell EPrints that you want to use your authority list to autocomplete the journal title field. Open the deposit workflow configuration: workflows/eprint/default.xml Find the journal title field (called publication in EPrints) in the workflow: <field ref="publication" required="yes" input_lookup_url="{$config{perl_url}}/users/lookup/journal_by_name" /> By default, the input_lookup_url parameter tells EPrints to use the built in journal_by_name script to autocomplete the journal title field. EPrints also comes with another built in script for processing 12/25

13 authority list files (simple_file). Modify the workflow to use this script instead, and let it know which file contains the authority list: <field ref="publication" required="yes" input_lookup_url="{$config{perl_url}}/users/lookup/simple_file" input_lookup_params="file=journals.autocomplete" /> 5.3 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Select New Item from the Manage Deposits screen Choose the Article deposit type At the Details stage, enter the first few characters of one of your journal titles into the Journal or Publication Title field Check that the autocomplete popup appears, and that the field is autocompleted when you choose a suggestion from the list 5.4 Notes Autocomplete can fill in multiple fields, but due to limitation in the text entry box in your browser, it's difficult to do through the web interface. To learn more about authority lists, including how to install an authority list based on the SHERPA ROMEO publisher selfarchiving policy data, see the EPrints Wiki: 13/25

14 Exercise 6 : Managing Deposit Types Default deposit types in EPrints are: Article, Book, Book Section, Conference Item, Monograph, Patent. Thesis, Artefact, Exhibition, Composition, Performance, Image, Video, Audio, Dataset, Experiment, Teaching Resource and Other. Some institutions choose to extend the default list to cover other types of output that they wish to store in the repository. Where some types in the list do not apply, some institutions also reduce the number of accepted deposits types. In this exercise you will learn how to manage the list of accepted deposit types for the repository. 6.1 Add new deposit type Open the deposit types configuration file: namedsets/eprint This file contains a list of the accepted deposit types. Hide one or more options from the list by inserting a # at the beginning of the line. For example, to hide the Teaching Resource and Experiment deposit types: #experiment #teaching_resource other Now add a new Map type to the list, and save the changes: #experiment #teaching_resource other map 6.2 Add name and description for new deposit type Open the deposit type phrases file: lang/en/phrases/local.xml Add a name and description for the map type - this is what EPrints will display in the deposit workflow: <epp:phrase id="eprint_typename_map">map</epp:phrase> <epp:phrase id="eprint_optdetails_type_map">a map or chart.</epp:phrase> (In a multiple language repository, you would need to add a name and description for each supported language). 14/25

15 Note that this is the third method we have seen to modify phrases. Feel free to use either of the previously discussed methods. 6.3 Check it worked Reload the home page of the repository in your browser Select New Item from the Manage Deposits screen Check that the deposit types you removed from the list are no longer available Check that the new Map type is available Note the deposit workflow for the Map type, and the fields that appear at the Details stage 6.4 Refine workflow for new type The workflow for the new Map deposit type will already include the stages and fields not specific to a particular deposit type, including title, abstract, creators, divisions, and publication status. Add some workflow directives specific to the new Map type. Open the deposit workflow configuration file: workflows/eprint/default.xml Find the Publication Details section of the workflow: <component type="field::multi"> <title>publication Details</title> In this section, under the lines above, add some fields that apply to Map deposits to the workflow: <epc:if test="type = 'map'"> <field ref="place_of_pub" /> <field ref="publisher" required="yes" /> <field ref="date" /> <field ref="date_type" /> <field ref="id_number" /> <field ref="official_url"/> </epc:if> 6.5 Check it worked On the Manage Deposit screen, select the new map created above and click on the 'edit' icon. On the Details screen, check that the new fields are available in the Publication Details section Fill out the Title, Creators, Date, Publisher and Place of Publication fields 15/25

16 Select Save for Later On the Item Control Page, select the Summary tab and note the citation 6.6 Refine citation style for new deposit type Open the citation configuration file: citations/eprint/default.xml The citation style configuration uses a similar conditional syntax to the workflow and allows you to very tightly control the appearance of citations produced by the repository. By working through the file you can follow how the default citation style is constructed: authors (or editors, or patent applicant) shown first (first choose section) followed by the year (the res=year option tells EPrints to only insert the year part of the date) followed by the title (the <cite:linkhere> instruction tells EPrints where to insert a link to the cited item) followed by the fields relevant to the deposit type, for example for Article, the Journal Title, Volume, Number, Page range and ISSN followed by the publication status if the item is not published Find the lines: <otherwise> [<print expr="type"/>] </otherwise> Above these lines, add some additional instructions specific to the Map type that will display the Publisher and Place of Publication in the citation: <when test="type = 'map'"> <print expr="publisher"/><if test="place_of_pub">, <print expr="place_of_pub"/></if>. </when> 6.7 Check it worked On the Manage Deposit screen, select the new map 'view item' icon. Summary tab Check that the Publisher and Place of Publication are shown in the citation 6.8 Notes Additional formats, for example those specific to electronic map making, may simply be 16/25

17 added to: namedsets/document You should also add any new document formats to the guess_doc_type setting in: cfg.d/document_upload.pl Some institutions have restricted the scope of their repository to a single deposit type, for examples to create theses-only repositories: 17/25

18 Exercise 7 : Managing Metadata EPrints comes configured with a default set of metadata fields (title, creators, date, publications, keywords, abstract...). Institutions often add extra metadata fields to suit the individual requirements of their repository. In this exercise you will learn how to add a new metadata field to the repository. 7.1 Add a new metadata field Click on the 'Manage Metadata Fields' button in the 'Config. Tools' tab of the admin screen, then click on 'View Dataset Fields' in the Eprints row. This will show you all metadata fields that a publication can have. We are going to add a piece of metadata to store the scale of a map, the new deposit type we created in a previous exercise. Under 'Create a new field', enter a unique ID for this field. It should be something meaningful. Perhaps 'scale' is a good choice. Enter the identifier in the 'Field Name' text entry box and click 'Add'. This will bring up a workflow similar to the one you will see when uploading a publication. Select 'No' in 'Multiple Values' (a map only has one scale), and 'text' in 'Type', then click 'Next'. At the Properties stage, there are a number of options, all of which can be left at 'UNSPECIFIED', which mean they take the default value. Simply click 'Next'. At the Phrases stage, enter a human readable name and helptext, then click 'Next', then click 'Add Field Now'. 7.2 Check that it worked. Deposit a new item and notice that a new stage has been added to the workflow (Misc.) which contains the new field. 7.3 Restrict the new field to the map type The Misc. stage of the workflow is a default place to show new metadata fields, but ideally we'd like scale to only appear in the map workflow. Open the deposit workflow configuration file: /workflows/eprint/default.xml 18/25

19 Scroll to the bottom of the file and find and remove the following: <stage name="local"> <component><field ref="scale"/></component> </stage> You will also need to remove the reference to it at the top of the file. Find this: <flow> <stage ref="type"/> <stage ref="files"/> <stage ref="core"/> <stage ref="subjects"/> <stage ref="local"/> </flow> Remove the local stage tag. Next, find the section you added for the Map deposit type in exercise 6: <epc:if test='type = "map"'> <field ref="place_of_pub"/> <field ref="publisher" required="yes" />... Make the new Scale field required for Map deposits by adding the field to this section: <field ref="scale" required="yes" /> (If you skipped exercise 6, add your new field to some other part of the workflow) 7.4 Check it worked Select New Item from the Manage Deposits screen Choose the Map deposit type Check that the new Scale field is displayed as a mandatory field, with the description you provided (click the? icon next to the field to expand the description) Without filling in the scale field, go to the Deposit stage of the workflow Check that a warning is shown about the Scale field 19/25

20 7.5 Notes The cfg.d/eprint_fields.pl defines the metadata fields support by the repository. Note that each field definition has a name (creators, title, divisions...) and type (text, date, set...). compound fields are made up of sub-fields (for example, creators has a name and id parts). Fields can have multiple values (multiple=>1) and the subject type fields have a top property which tells EPrints which controlled vocabulary to apply to that field. Learn more about defining metadata fields on the EPrints Wiki: 20/25

21 Exercise 8 : How to Make New Views The browse views are a key user navigation feature of EPrints. In this exercise you will add a new view to the repository. 8.1 Add a new browse by view The default EPrints configuration allows users to browse a repository by year, division or by subject. Imagine we wanted to browse by the journals in which our items have been published. Open the views file: cfg.d/views.pl Find the lines: $c->{browse_views} = [ { }, id => "year", menus => [ { } ], fields => [ "date;res=year" ], reverse_order => 1, allow_null => 1, new_column_at => [10,10], order => "creators_name/title", variations => [ "creators_name;first_letter", "type", "DEFAULT" ], This is where a view is defined. The key part of the view definition is the fields property of the menus section. This names the metadata field (or fields) that EPrints will use to construct the view. For example, for the year view, EPrints groups the records in the repository according to their date (note that the res=year suffix tells EPrints to only consider the year part), and constructs a Web page for each date listing the records. 21/25

22 Add this to the list of views just before the closing square bracket to create a view based on the division metadata: { }, id => "journal", menus => [ { fields => ["publication"], }, ], order => "-date/title", hideempty => 1, variations => [ 'DEFAULT' ], We also need to add a phrase so EPrints can display a human readable title, so open: lang/en/phrases/views.xml Add the following line: <epp:phrase id="viewname_eprint_journal">journal</epp:phrase> Alternatively, you could use the phrase editor. The new view has to be generated, so reload the configuration, then click on the 'Regenerate Views' button in the 'System Tools' tab of the Admin screen. 8.1 Check it worked Load the following url into your web browser: Verify that the Journal view is present. 22/25

23 8.2 Notes It is also possible to construct a view using the combined values of two or more fields (e.g. group records by author and editor), or even using a sequence of two or more fields (e.g. group records by journal title and then by volume number). Learn more about defining browse views on the Wiki: You may wish to create a link to the Division view in the navigation bar to allow users to access it quickly. 23/25

24 Exercise 9 : Creating a Search Page Search forms are an essential feature for locating documents inside a large repository. It may be a good idea to modify the existing searches (or create new ones) to better suit the repository. 9.1 Add a new search form The default EPrints configuration has two search forms: simple and advanced. You are now going to add one that searches on a name and/or a division. Open the search configuration file: cfg.d/eprint_search_simple.pl Find the lines: $c->{search}->{simple} = { };... Under the simple search configuration code, enter the following: $c->{search}->{division} = { }; Now, between the curly brackets, add the following: Search Fields: search_fields => [ ], { meta_fields => ["creators_name"] }, { meta_fields => ["divisions"] } This creates a search form with exactly two fields, one which searches the author s name, and one which searches the abstract. 24/25

25 Under that code add the following: preamble_phrase => "cgi/search:preamble", title_phrase => "cgi/search:division_search", citation => "result", order_methods => { }, "byyear" "byyearoldest" "byname" "bytitle" default_order => "byyear", page_size => 100, => "-date/creators_name/title", => "date/creators_name/title", => "creators_name/-date/title", => "title/creators_name/-date" These options define how the search presents itself, and how the results are shown. 9.2 Create a Phrase File In the search options, we defined the title_phrase as cgi/search:division_search, which is currently not defined. Use the phrase editor to add this phrase. 9.3 Reload the configuration Click on the 'Reload Configuration' button in the 'System Tools' tab on the admin page. 9.4 Check it worked The URL of the new search is: Enter this into your web browser and verify that the search looks good. You need to link the search into your repository, possibly on the navigation bar or the front page. Have a look at the way advanced search is linked to in lang/en/static/index.xpage for ideas on how to do that. 25/25

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